Politics & Government

July 17, 2014 12:32 AM

Towns fight not to take in child migrants

A shelter for Central American children who crossed the border illegally opened behind Gregg Griffith’s house here a few months ago. The children are quiet. No one has hopped over the fence that separates his backyard from the shelter, a once-vacant youth home. But when Griffith looks at the brightly painted brick buildings, he is mostly resentful.

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